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About Us

Salem is known for its rich maritime history, as being the birthplace of the National Guard and for the infamous Witchcraft Trials of 1692. Salem is also a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly city where its residents, and over a million tourists annually, can easily visit historic architecture, unique attractions, world-famous museums, and an eclectic mix of shops and dining options. And, with easy access to public transportation - including our own ferry direct to Boston - Salem is a great city to live, work, study, and play.

Our Team
Kim Driscoll from City of Salem
Kim Driscoll
Mayor
Andrew Shapiro from City of Salem
Andrew Shapiro
Economic Development Planner
Products & Services

Mayor's Office

The Office of the Mayor is responsible for ensuring that the visitors, businesses, and residents of Salem are provided with the highest quality of services and assistance that is available to them and that is within the jurisdiction of the Office. The Mayor’s Office is accountable to all...

City Clerk

Access information regarding the numerous functions of the City Clerk’s Office, including vital records, elections, voting, and general historical information pertaining to the City of Salem, City Hall, and the Council Chamber. Hours of Operation Monday - Wednesday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm ...

Health Department

The mission of the Salem Health Department is to deliver public health services to residents, businesses and visitors to benefit the culturally diverse population of the City of Salem. Public health includes preventing and monitoring disease, providing health education and enforcing public health...

Inspectional Services (Building Dept. / Public Property)

Our Mission is to provide the residents of our community quality service in a timely manner, and to provide answers to questions regarding building and zoning issues. To conduct inspections and enforcement actions so as to protect and safeguard all residents and visitors to our city, and to...

Fire Department

The primary mission of the Salem Fire Department is to provide a range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the citizens of the City of Salem from the adverse effects of fires, sudden medical emergencies or exposure to dangerous conditions created by either man or nature. ...

City Electrical Department / Electrician

The Mission of Salem Electrical Department, is the management, maintenance, repair, and security of the City's Street lights, decorative lights, park and public building lights. The aluminum cobra head pole & lights are maintained by National Grid. The traffic signals and controllers, fire alarm...

Council on Aging

The Salem Council serves the needs of Salem's aging community. It now serves more than 2,000 individuals annually, providing a variety of services, including but not limited to: music programs, special events, exercise classes, sight seeing trips, museum tours, book clubs, in- and out-of-town...

Licensing Board

To provide a community service to the City of Salem in processing, overseeing and renewing the licenses of over 400 establishments of different categories. Among the types of licenses are; Common Victualler (alcohol and non-alcohol), package/convenient stores (alcohol), Auto Dealers, Lodging...
Businesses We Recommend
InnoNorth partners extremely well with the City to foster the tech community in Salem. It hosts interesting events and provides
Past Events & Promotions
Feb
6
Please join us at the Inner City Capital Connections (ICCC) Program Information Session for North Shore Businesses. This national program positions small businesses for immediate and long term growth through executive education, personalized business coaching, networking and access to growth...
Dec
12
http://www.salem.com/home/events/99203 The City of Salem and landscape architect Martha Lyon will present the memorial design plans for Proctor’s Ledge in a public meeting that will take place on Monday, December 12, 6:00 p.m, in the Salem Five Community Room at 210 Essex Street. In 2016...
Sep
17
A Monthly pop-up market featuring vendors of vintage & up-cycled furniture & fashion; collectibles, antiques, architectural salvage; as well as jewelry, art, & handmade goods by local artisans. The market will operate third Saturdays from May-September at Derby Square with special events in Old...

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